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Love those come-from-behind road Ws.
• Pat Hickey’s game story
• Quotes from the room
• Quick Hits and About last night …
• Price’s gear goes MIA
• Arpon Basu on Pleks and Gionta
Can’t do that! Best buddies of our captain to the Leafs = lack of respect!
You didn’t want to discuss your boy poo-poo going back to the well when he got in alone? Somebody needs to tell that boy that goalies look at film review and he’ll need to start shooting somewhere other than high short side if he wants to keep scoring.
Arpon Basu is right on the money again.
Put Gionta on with Pleks, and presto the slump is gone.
He fails to mention the inevitable corollary of that theorem.
PK did a great job getting that douche Ovie off his game. TSN showed how Ovie skates to his bench with his arms in the air pouting and calling out his teamates for not “passing the puck to him enough”. What a classless piece of work he is. Anytime PK wants to draw blood on that weasel I’m ok with the penalty.
Everyone must be pretty satisfied with the game, players, JM, PG. Pretty quiet here today! Can’t wait until the next loss!! Lol
Yes the motto of the site should be: winning -its bad for business lol
[Disclaimer]: I’m a hockey fan. I care about the habs, but probably not as much as you.
Hey PT, maybe we should start an argument? Just to spice up the day, ya know?
I’ll go first. HH is a tool!
When I saw the Gomie-K Senior-Eller line hit the ice, one word flashed through my mind: Disaster. What kinda jerk-water experiment was THIS? And sure enough, after being manhandled in their zone for half their shift, they manage to break out on a possible 2 on 1, but instead of grabbin the dang thing, K Senior TAPS IT BACK to Perreault for the…ahem…questionable goal on the Priceberg.
You can imagine my surprise when I saw later that the line had remained intact! Couldn’t believe it. But hot dog, Gomie actually made somethin out of it. Worked well with AK as the game went on. Quicky came to realize as a lot of us have over the course of the past weeks that Eller is absolutely useless and stopped passin the puck to’m (if you noticed).
My boy was particularly dangerous as well. Coulda easily finished with 2g – 2a. Coulda…but didn’t. Also, none of my tele-hypnotism seems to be working on the fellow; he INSISTS on makin the final “nice pass” instead of frickin SHOOTIN. That 2 on 1 with Dezzy on which he feathered it back to 58, I was like “What the funk, man?! You’re KILLIN me over here! SHOOT, ya sunavabastich! Nevermind your stupid passes; SHOOOOOT!!!”
Still though, good game, lotsa character, taking advantage of Capital psychological fragility towards us, very nice.
Unlike Crosby and Stamkos who, no matter how much success they have, continue to work tirelessly on improving their game, Ovie decided that he doesnt have to work on it anymore.
A win is a win but I dont see how they should be so satisfied or that its much of a character builder. It went to a shootout where you basically flip a coin, next shootout, it may go the other way. Tampa Bay however should be pretty satisfied with themselves after last night.
Story of his career so far.
Was such a fun game to be at, but my fellow seat mates told me to not come back (I have season tickets and they HATED me in the playoffs last year 🙂
“Start the season with a clean equipment bag and a freah bucket of febreze!”-CharlieHodgeFan
The first period was one of the worst on the season. Hamrlik, Gill, PK and Wiz had a terrible period. Terrible decisions, not complimenting each other, it was just ugly.
The forwards weren’t much better.
It freakin’ KILLED me when Gomez brought the puck into the Caps’ zone, then TURNED AROUND, looking for someone to pass off to. Althgough that’s a step up from his blind back-passes, it still confuses me. GO TO THE NET!! Fire the puck in, force them to trip or hold you!!
And I was crucified last week for suggesting that Eller is as useful as tits on a bull, so get ready for the onslaught.
Great win, happy times!!
And FANTASTIC to see PK all over Ovie like a cheap All-Star suit! #8 was getting pretty peeved with our man’s hustle.
—Hope Springs Eternal—
Good work! Keep La Flannelle flyin’!
DO NOT TRADE WITH THE LAFFS. There is a good “media” push here (Toronto) for Kaberle to the Habs for picks because we need him!!! (a defenceman). No, no, no, do not trade with the Laffs. Let Kaberle play out the year and go somewhere (not habs) for nothing. We are not a serious contender this year and we need our own picks. Wait, I’ve changed my mind I would support a trade Kaberle for Gomez straight up.
Seems to me that stint PK had in the presser has helped him alot. He plays so much better now, in control, useing his instincts and less risk…kudos’to the coaching staff for this change and also PK for making some adjustments to his game.
something tells me a kaberle for gomer trade would not happen…nice try.lol.
I’m offically back on the Carey Price bandwagon. Price has re-earned my kudo’s and unless he has a complete mental breakdown between the pipe’s it will stay that way. Gomer played like a star lastnight, didn’t score but in my opinion played his best game as a Hab.
Go Habs Go!!
Hal Gill probably has an hand in it as well.
For all the people on here that are in the ESPN fantasy hockey leagues HIO 2010 Habs fans only and HIO Unlimited the trade deadline is February 9,2011 all trades proposed and accepted by 12pm EST. Good luck the rest of the season.
” Not everyone can afford a brilliant stock advisor like
storm”. TripleX 01/25/2011.20:16
Ovie skates to his bench with his arms in the air pouting and calling out his teamates for not “passing the puck to him enough”
TSN showed this quite a bit last night. Wouldn’t this just drive ya nuts as a teammate? What a world-class dbag fsure.
Didn’t even realize he was on the ice. I thought he was a healthy scratch.
I think they can take this as a character builder because they did come back from being down 2 goals. Yeah in the shoot-out it could have gone either way but still…pretty impressive. If it had been against the Flyers I’d have been even happier but hopefully this can sink in. If they’re down a goal or two they don’t have to give up and hard work can pay off.
What got me was how fast Washington deflated after the first period.
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